Cockpit is a web-based graphical interface for managing Linux servers. It provides a user-friendly interface to perform various administrative tasks such as managing storage, networking, containers, and more. Here's how you can install Cockpit on Ubuntu 18.04:
Open a terminal.
Update the package lists by running the command:
sudo apt update
Install Cockpit by running the command:
sudo apt install cockpit
After the installation is complete, start the Cockpit service by running the command:
sudo systemctl start cockpit
If you want Cockpit to start automatically on boot, enable the service by running the command:
sudo systemctl enable cockpit
You can now access the Cockpit web interface by opening a web browser and navigating to https://your-server-ip:9090. Replace your-server-ip with the IP address of your Ubuntu 18.04 server.
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